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City Councilman announces bid for District F Judge

City Councilman announces bid for District F Judge

Author: Action News 17/Wednesday, August 14, 2019/Categories: Front Page, Latest Stories


MANDEVILLE - Career attorney and current Mandeville City Councilman John Keller has qualified to run for the open Division F judgeship in Louisiana’s 22nd Judicial District, after announcing that his campaign committee will be headed up by well-respected attorneys Ross Lagarde, Edward Deano, Bill Lozes, and Jay Blossman.

“I have served the people of the Northshore for almost 30 years as a litigator. I feel like I am uniquely qualified to continue to serve Washington and St. Tammany parishes as an administrator of the law. I bring my extensive experience, honesty, and integrity to the people of Washington and St. Tammany Parishes; and I ask them to look to those qualifications when deciding who they want to be their next District Court Judge.”

The candidacy qualification follows Keller securing 40 campaign committee members and personally committing $100,000 to the campaign.

Keller is a lifelong Northshore resident. He graduated from St. Paul’s with honors, then attended LSU and Northeast Louisiana University. He received his law degree from Loyola Law School, graduating ninth in his class.

Keller has litigated in the U.S. Federal Circuit Court, 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, Louisiana Supreme Court, and Appellate courts throughout the state. He is a member in good standing of the Federal, American, Louisiana State, and St. Tammany Bar Associations.

He has proudly served his community for over 30 years as a youth baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer coach. He and his wife Midge reside in Mandeville and have five children: Andrea, Cale, Tyler, Brenna, and Jack.
 
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